Day 5: Seven Days Seven B&W Photos Challenge

I’m challenged by Miriam Hurdle at The Shower of Blessings to do the Seven Days Seven B&W Photos Challenge. This challenge is to post seven black and white photos, no people, no explanation, of everyday life for seven consecutive days.  

Day#5


Thanks.

Mann 💓

Please visit my nomination page, AND DO leave your love for AFTERGLOW in the form of comment.👇

https://www.indiblogger.in/iba/2017/entry/97803

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About Mann

In A World That Pretends To Be Over-Complex, Here Is A Woman Trying To Remain SIMPLE and ORIGINAL while Sharing Her THOUGHTS, and Expressing Her EMOTIONS. :)

Posted on October 17, 2017, in Pictures worth a thousand words and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Again a lovely picture, Mann.

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  2. Evocative. It looks as if it could have been taken about 50 km from here, on the Coquihalla river in mid-summer. I used to do monochrome photography in the days of film. Maybe I should try that again – so easy now with a (Canon) camera that does it all (practically) for me! If you are using a digital camera rather than a phone, or have a decent picture manipulation app maybe try more contrast for the B/W imagery. Just a suggestion. Take care o’ you and enjoy your photography.

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    • Thanks Sha’tara. Yes things are somehow easy with technology…I mostly take photos with my phone…cause it’s always with me…I’ll take care of the contrast. 😃

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  3. It must be a nice day out taking this photo. Very good shot, Mann!

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